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Peter Romeo

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Peter Romeo

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Operations

Is your restaurant protected against natural disasters?

The National Restaurant Association has compiled a handbook for operators who want to prepare against floods, blizzards, wildfires and the like. Take our quiz to see if you should order a free copy.

Workforce

Half of restaurants have stopped hiring because of labor costs, study finds

The small-business survey from Alignable.com also found that 9% of operators are laying off workers because they fear the economy is worsening.

Reality Check: The industry nodded through the takeaway of key employer powers. Is it just going to roll over as the setbacks continue?

Experts say the risk of infection isn't great, but it's there. The greater danger could be the fears of guests and staff.

But the tutorial focuses on how to keep the process amicable and progressing, not how to thwart it.

A coalition of Fast Act opponents has filed paperwork that would let voters decide if the law should take effect.

He joins the grill-and-bar chain after holding the same position at Tijuana Flats.

Washington, D.C.-based Knead Hospitality is adding a package of leisure perks similar to what white-collar execs might negotiate.

The NLRB has redefined "joint employer" to apply even when franchisors haven't influenced licensees' policies.

The measure will give workers an unprecedented say in setting pay rates at quick-service chains. The National Restaurant Association has said other states are likely to follow.

Reality Check: The trend of the moment for employers should be particularly worrisome for the foodservice business.

Eating places and bars added about 25% of the employees they did the previous month, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. They remain 600,000 jobs short of pre-pandemic levels.

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